The Galois action and cohomology of a relative homology group of Fermat curves

  title={The Galois action and cohomology of a relative homology group of Fermat curves},
  author={Rachel Davis and Rachel J. Pries and Vesna Stojanoska and Kirsten Wickelgren},
  journal={Journal of Algebra},
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